Sources & Definitions
the movement and dispersion of a population from their homeland
politician running for a position they already hold
voting districts in a town or city
an irrational fear of or prejudice against people from other countries. In the United States, this manifests as discrimination against immigrants, most often immigrants of color
Sources & Additional Resources
- Anderson, Ross. “Minnesota Racism.” Minneafrica, 2 March 2009.
- “Ethiopians in Minnesota.” Culture Care Connection, 2015.
- Fennelly, Katherine and Nicole Palasz. “English Language Proficiency of Immigrants and Refugees in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area.” International Migration 41:5 (2003): 93-125.
- Gambino, Christine P., Edward N. Trevelyan, and John Thomas Fitzwater. “The Foreign-Born Population from Africa: 2008–2012.” American Community Survey Briefs, October 2014.
- Harris, Marlys. “With Rising Political Power, Somali Community May Get First City Council Representative.” Minnpost, 7 October 2013.
- Kimball, Joe. “Phyllis Kahn Cries Foul When Many Somali Absentee Voters Register with the Same Mail Center Address.” Minnpost.
- Nelima. “The Somali Community and the Twin Cities Mainstream Media: Towards a More Perfect Union?” Minneafrica, 13 February 2009.
- “Population Trends.” Minnesota Compass, 2015.
- Ronnan, Ken. “Being Somali in Minnesota.” Minnpost, 1 April 2010.
- Silas. “Rewriting the Star Tribune’s February 27th Editorial.” Minneafrica, 2 March 2009.
- “New Report Highlights Impacts of High Poverty Rates in Minnesota’s East African Communities.” SEIU Minnesota State Council, 8 April 2015.
- “Somalis in Minnesota.” Arrive Ministries, 2014.
- Williams, Brandt. “High Somali-American Turnout on First Day of Absentee In-Person Voting.” MPR News, 27 June 2014.
- “Somali Action Alliance.” Somali Action Alliance.
- Duarte, Lorena. “‘Done Wishing:’ Ilhan Omar on why she’s running for House District 60B.” MinnPost, 21 October 2015.
- Dunbar, Makula. “New Americans Political Action Committee brings Minneapolis school board candidates into East African Community.” Twin Cities Daily Planet, 9 September 2012.
- “Ethiopian Americans.” Countries and Their Cultures.